Crafting Your Menu: A Labor of Love

Here at My House Social, as you already know we deeply believe in the power of people coming together over a meal. Every guest is different, so why should menus all be the same? Everything we do behind the scenes leading up to our events are carefully curated and customized. The chefs that work your event are the ones that are the best fit for you!

What you don't always see is the laughter, labor, collaboration, prepping and overall work that goes into everything we do. Today we wanted to give you a glimpse in what happens everywhere but the moment you are actually eating and enjoying your event.

Mike and Greg of Pizza Delicious working in the Kitchen of Capulet Bywater to create elegant plating for an event.

Mike and Greg of Pizza Delicious working in the Kitchen of Capulet Bywater to create elegant plating for an event.

 
The Chefs of Dirty Dishes and Grilling Shilling working together for Christian Brother’s thank you dinner.

The Chefs of Dirty Dishes and Grilling Shilling working together for Christian Brother’s thank you dinner.

 
Gulf Coast Crawfish laying out a boil at a client’s rehearsal dinner held at Felicity Church in New Orleans.

Gulf Coast Crawfish laying out a boil at a client’s rehearsal dinner held at Felicity Church in New Orleans.

 
Chef Ruby of Salt and Light Pastry Co. and Chef Blair of Seasonally Savvy Kitchen working together for New Orleans Museum of Art Edible Feast Event.

Chef Ruby of Salt and Light Pastry Co. and Chef Blair of Seasonally Savvy Kitchen working together for New Orleans Museum of Art Edible Feast Event.

Chances are that our chefs are already familiar with each other, but if not, we’ll be sure to connect them and give them a good rundown of your event details so they feel prepared for the day. At the event, you may even catch them helping each other prep and relating to each other through their passion for food.